Sunday, November 5, 2017

The Best of Both - Steelhead on the Rogue & Salmon on the Coast

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Rogue-river-steelhead-fishingRogue river fishing guides' report, November 5th - Well it's day 5 of the Rogue river steelhead season bait and tackle opener, and well, it never stops being fun. Despite the shift in weather pattern the fishing has remained consistent, and well, may have improved some since the low pressure system moved in. The fish have had some size and fight. The fall colors on the Rogue have been a perfect back drop for an action packed downriver float.  

Steelhead fishing near Medford - Ashland - Grants Pass.

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Oregon coast fishing report, Sixes river fishing report, Elk river fishing report, salmon season - The low pressure system has brought some rain and as of this morning the Elk river is at two and a half feet and rising. This means the Elk should be fishable, possibly by Monday and definitely by Tuesday. The USGS prediction shows a consistent rise for the southern Oregon coastal rivers and with the prediction of continued rain should keep the Elk and Sixes in great shape. The Elk offers an abundance of hatchery, as well as native kings, and the Sixes river just minutes away offers some of the largest kings we catch all year.

Salmon fishing on the southern Oregon coast near Port Orford.

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